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Silver Bladed Hallmarked 1920-1921 Sheffield Pocket Knife With Engraved Mother Of Pearl Slabs. Sn 11478:4 - 11478:4
A silver bladed hallmarked 1920-1921 Sheffield pocket knife with engraved mother of pearl slabs manufactured by John Yeomans Cowlishaw of Market Street, Sheffield. The knife has very nice engraved mother of pearl slabs which are secured with three pins. On one there is a silver crest inlaid with "L J" engraved on it. The engraving is of a high quality. See the photographs. The blade is hallmarked silver and has the makers mark "JYC" (John Yeomans Cowlishaw). The blade is in excellent condition and locks out firmly and with no play. It closes and is firm when closed. The blade measures 62mm. The knife measures 85mm when closed and 145 overall with the blade open. At the hinge it has plain silver ends. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11478:4
£125.00

Victorian Silver Bladed Hallmarked 1896-1897 Sheffield Pocket Knife With Mother Of Pearl Slabs. Sn 11478:3 - 11478:3
A little used Victorian silver bladed, hallmarked 1896-1897 Sheffield pocket knife with mother of pearl slabs. The knife has excellent quality, shaped mother of pearl slabs which are secured with three pins. One slab has an inset silver name plate which is blank. It has an ornately engraved end at the blade hinge. It has a single hallmarked silver blade which is tight when folded and open. It has no play when open. The blade measures 60mm. The knife measures 85mm, 145mm overall with the blade open. The back strap between the slabs is also ornately engraved. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 11478:3.
£95.00

Victorian 1879-80 Hallmarked Silver Bladed Pocket Knife With Mother Of Pearl Slabs and Engraved Silver Mounts. Sn 11478:2 - 11478:2
A Victorian 1879-80 hallmarked silver bladed pocket knife with mother of pearl slabs and engraved silver mounts. The slabs are made from quality pieces of mother of pearl and have a very nice appearance. The slabs are secured with three pins. One slab has an inlaid name plate with "Ged Marsh" engraved on it. The knife is silver mounted with an ornately engraved end. It has a full length hallmarked silver blade hallmarked to 1954-55. (see one of the photographs). The makers stamp "T.M." also stamped on the blade. The blade is in excellent condition and is firm and locks out without any play. It measures 60mm and the knife measures 84mm closed and 145mm open. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11478:2
£95.00

Victorian 1884-85 Hallmarked Silver Bladed Pocket Knife With Mother Of Pearl Slabs and Engraved Silver Mounts. Sn 11478:1 - 11478:1
A Victorian 1884-85 hallmarked silver bladed pocket knife with mother of pearl slabs and engraved silver mounts. The slabs are made from quality pieces of mother of pearl and have a very nice appearance. The slabs are secured with three pins. One slab has an inlaid name plate with "H.D" engraved on it. The knife is silver mounted with ornately engraved ends. It has a full length hallmarked silver blade hallmarked to 1884-85. (see one of the photographs). The blade is in excellent condition and is firm and locks out without any play. It measures 70mm and the knife measures 90mm closed and 160mm open. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11478:1
£95.00

Victorian Rogers Of Sheffield Ornately Carved Mother of Pearl Slabs Pocket Knife With Two Blades. Sn 11478:9 - 11478:9
A Victorian Rogers of Sheffield ornately carved mother of pearl slabs pocket knife. The slabs on this pocket knife are mother of pearl and have been beautifully carved into an ornate design. On one side near to the blade hinge there is a slight chip missing, see the photographs. The slabs are secured with four pins. On one slab there is a polished steel pinned name plate which is blank. Both blades are hinged from the same end. The blades are polished steel. They are both in very good condition and are stamped at the hinge point with the Queens Crown "V R Rogers Sheffield" see the second photograph. Both blades open and lock firmly and fold away firmly with no play. The knife measures 88mm long closed and 130mm with the blades open. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11478:9
£75.00

RARE, WW2 Australian & USAF Air Crew Jungle Survival Machete/ Fighting Knife With Alloy Handle & Steel Blade By East Bros Sydney Australia & Correct Original 1944 Leather Scabbard By Goldseal Sydney With Straps For Leg & Belt Carry. Sn 11514. - 11514
Australia produced many Military Knives and Machetes during WW2. These examples were issued to Australian and U.S. Air Force Aircrew for use as Jungle Survival Machete/ Fighting Knives ( see pages 163 to 164 and illustrated plates 384 & 385 of British & Commonwealth Military Knives By Flook). This is an excellent original example. It measures 13” overall with an 8 ¼” single edged, heavy steel machete blade which is 1 ½” wide. One side of the blade is crisply stamped ‘East Bros Sydney’. Its alloy handle scales are secured by brass rivets. It is complete with correct original leather scabbard with integral belt loop & straps with buckles configured for leg carry (as illustrated in the contemporary image inset in image 3). The scabbards has a single retaining strap with single brass stud fastener. The belt loop is impressed by the manufacturer 'Coldseal Sydney’ & dated '1944'. All leather stitching and rivets of the scabbard are intact. The scabbard has contemporary hand written lettering scratched into the leather ‘Jack’. The lower leg strap has perished at one edge but this could easily be repaired. Price for this rare WW2 survival machete includes UK delivery & the contemporary image illustrated in image 3. Sn 11514.
£695.00

Presentation 3rd Pattern F.S. Commando Dagger With Inscribed Plaque To Staff Sgt Pete Hobson 29 Cdo Lt. Regt. RA 1972 and Two Plaques and a N.I. Presentation Tankard. Sn 11412 - 11412
A Presentation 3rd Pattern F.S. Commando dagger with inscribed plaque, two regimental plaques to Commando Light Regiment Royal Artillery and a N.I. presentation tankard inscribed on the rear with "D Troop Strabane N.I. Tour 92". The presentation mounted F.S. dagger is on a varnished teak triangular shaped plaque and is a 3rd pattern knife. The knife is in perfect condition and is blackened. The plaque has a brass inscribed plate which has "Presented to S/Sgt (Pete) Hobson From The Sergeants Mess 29 Cdo Lt Regt RA 1972" inscribed on it. The plaque and knife are in excellent undamaged condition. The two further plaques are:- Commando Light Battery Royal Artillery with the Queens Crown VIII and the Regimental Crest, 'Alma 1854", the second, has "7 (Sphinx) Commando Battery Royal Artillery, Egypt". It has a very nice blue enamelled panel in the centre, brass edged and with the Sphinx picked out in brass with 'Egypt' below. Both plaques are in perfect condition and ready for hanging for display. The tankard is Sheffield Pewter and has the Commando Light Battery crest raised on the front with the motto in a banner. On the reverse it is inscribed with "D Troop Stabane N.I. Tour 92". This is a very nice presentation collection of one mans service in the commando's. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11412
£375.00

Hand Crafted Buffalo Horn Handled Small Nepalese Kukri With 2 Skinning Knives & Scabbard With Hand Tooled Silver Work. Sn 11349 - 11349
A very good hand crafted Buffalo Horn handled Nepalese Kukri, complete with scabbard and two skinning knives. The knife has a heavy 5½” steel curved kukri blade which has a single edge and hand tooled decoration on both sides. As is typical of the Kukri form blade it is 'notched' near to the hilt. The blade is undamaged. It measures 8 ¾” overall. The handle is carved Buffalo Horn with brass ferrule and pommel cap. The scabbard is rich velvet covered wood, encased in hand tooled silver work incorporating stylised foliate panels and band with central small shield pendant. The throat of the scabbard has 2 small fixed hanging rings with a later addition twisted wire loop. The rear of the scabbard has a velvet pouch which contains its 2 original small Buffalo Horn handled skinning knives with 1 ½” single edged steel blades. Price for this hand crafted Gurkha Kukri includes UK delivery. Sn 11349
£165.00

Hand Crafted Bone Handled Gurkha Presentation Kukri With 2 Skinning Knives & Scabbard With Fine Silver Work Incorporating the Crossed Kukri Device Of The Gurkha Regiment. Sn 11347 - 11347
An excellent quality hand crafted bone handled Gurkha presentation Kukri, complete with scabbard and two skinning knives. The knife has a heavy 8 ½” polished steel curved kukri blade which has a single edge and hand tooled decoration with brass inlays along both sides of the blade. As is typical of the Kukri form blade it is 'notched' near to the hilt. The blade is clean sharp and undamaged. It measures 12” overall. The handle is carved polished bone with brass ferrule. The scabbard is rich velvet covered wood, encased in fine hand tooled silver work incorporating stylised birds, animals, flowers and the crossed Kukri device of the Gurkha Regiment. The scabbard also has a thin silver chain attached with a small silver shield pendant. The rear of the scabbard has a velvet pouch which contains its 2 original small bone handled skinning knives with 2” single edged steel blades. Price for this hand crafted Gurkha Kukri with fine silver work includes UK delivery. Sn 11347
£375.00

WW2 C1942 Ornate Hand Crafted 7th Gurkhas Presentation Kukri With Scabbard In The Form Of A Service Revolver Presented By Lt (QCO) Manbir Limbu To Lt Col MGD Henderson. Sn 11346 - 11346
Made C1942 This is an interesting ornate WW2 C1942 7th Gurkhas presentation Kukri with scabbard hand crafted in the form of a service revolver & holster. The Kukri itself has a 5 ½” curved blade with etched panels on both sides. It has a hand carved curved wood chequered ‘pistol grip’ handle incorporating a carved ‘pistol hammer’ and plated metal fittings representing the butt plate with military lanyard ring and ‘action’ of a revolver. The Kukri is 8 ¾” overall. The scabbard made of hand carved wood has plated metal fittings representing the cylinder, frame and muzzle of a revolver. The bottom edge of the scabbard has a plated fitting representing the trigger and trigger guard of a revolver. There is also a separate hanging ring. The central metal fitting of the scabbard is engraved ‘Presented By Lt (QCO) Manbir Limbu To Lt Col MGD Henderson’ above the inset metal badge of the 7th Gurkhas. The price for this unusual Gurkha piece which is worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 11346
£475.00
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